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Neiliart Lumber Company Nt S e Varnish Stain Mahofany H« |>. j Wa v a PAINTS & (fj I IG fl W "hVARNISHES fcr every Household***»-^* rUIL/ and Industrial Use f cp Safety, surety, satisfaction — Dr. Price's Phosphate Baking Powder ! * With Dr. Price's you get quality at an econ omy price — perfect baking results with a minimum of effort— delightfully flavored food with never a bitter taste. ^ I — m Contains no alum — f leaves no bitter taste 8 j ; sss* imim, HHEs ' Ü S — — liiiiliil — This Bank Has Been — = In Business 11 Years = THE MANAGEMENT of this in «dilution is in full accord with mod ern ideas. IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN KNOWN as the bank that renders its cus tomers the kind of service required : for their best interest. BE ONE of our customers, ana have the advantage of the kind of a bank you would like to deal with. Farmers & Miners State Bank j I Fred Mehmke of Cora Creek was a business visitor in Belt Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Will Irwin shopped in Belt Tuesday. Miss Stella Olson, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Sam Olson formerly of Belt and Ekalaka died in Great Fails last week and was buried there. She was born in Belt and attended the local schools for several years and moved with her parents to Ekaiaka. Many here will remember her sister Ann* and her brothers, Theodore, Arthur and Norris. Tony Faller of Neibart, proprietor of the Lyric Theatre and Overseer of the waterwork has been in Great Falls this week on business for the Neihart Water Co. ■.-Ij Great Falls— S. C. Fordig, indepeno ent operator, announces plans for 6o| new oil wells in east Kevin-Sunbursi field. Red Lodge—Old brewery sold for conversion into canning factory. Lewistown— H e a v y demand foi good farm horses to ship to Illinois and Iowa. Red Lodge—Carbon county high school is to have new |26,000 addition. Shelby—Ho me* take—State No. 5 well is gusher; 4000 barrels a day. Shelby—Ohio Company has preduc ed 1,008.648 barrels of oil in Mont ana fj e id. New pipe line, 13 feet in diameter, 7505 feet kmg, put into service at Madison River plant of Montana Pow er Co j Local Items of Belt and Vicinity The Degree Staff of Olive Branch Robekah lodge will give a public card party at the I. 0. O. F. hall Saturday night February 27th. A good and good eats are guaranteed to everyone. Good prises. The public is welcome. Admission 50c. ST- MARK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday school t o'clock p. m. First Mass 8 o'clock a. m. High Maas 10:30 A M. Benediction 7:30 P. M ST. LUKE'S CHURCH Lee H. Teeag. Paetor. Church school 10 A M. Morning service 10:46 A. M. Dr. Cfaeenutt will preach. MARCELLING Second door below the Tn>y Laun dry. Jessie Sampson, Phone S9W CARD PARTY — CARD PARTY - The postponed card party for Stars, Masons and their families will be held Tuesday March 2nd at 8:80 in the K. P. hall. The finest kind of honey made b> his own bees for sale by Phil Le veille. Try some on hot cakes. Clfeap er than syrup. A most delightful evening was spent at the home of Mrs. Frank Rush when she entertained three tables of five hundred on February 17. An unique idea was fallowed that no guest could bid lower than eight. The prises were hi a "grab bag" and each guest received a gift. The lowest score had the first draw. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Those present were Mes. Le land, Ray Wilson, Browning, Rem ington, Fluhr, Wright, Nohl, Dahl, Sam Wilson and Misses Rice, Schulet and the hostess Mrs. Rush. It will be essier next week to give the names of those who stayed home than it will be to felt who attended the District Tournament. .Men are busy hunting up business excuses that will explain to their wives the urgent! demand for their presence in the countyseat. i Rev. Father Rocque was the guest 0 f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beau lry Saturday last on Ambrose Vaskey who has been spending a vacation of ten mys avay from the ranch vith his parent* mi Great Falls returned horn.: Mon lay. John T. Lowe of Ilin-ham, Mm ana will take charge of the Farne« Elevator on March first. Mr. Lowo I it a man of wide experience in the grain and elevator business and is a genial, companionable fellow who will j be welcomed in our midst. John IV Hedrick who has been in charge of the elevator for a year past finds that his ranch demands his attention and at will move out in time for spring work. He will still be one of the community because the ranch is out j only three miles and we shall expect ! to see him nearly every day. Pure Home-produced honey in any quantity desired at Phil Leveilles. Ü Burnett's team ha* hauled the gra\ «1 to fill around the crossing to the city hall and autos are not getting their usual bumps. The coal team* will appreciate this work. Claude Bodkins has spent several days this week dragging the road from the business section to the load ingr yard. This road haa been in auch wretched condition that draft horses ware to be pitied. The ruts were *, daép that, in pulling, one foot was deep down in the furrow an<| th. other on higher ground. The team »ten are willing to put this road in better condition if they can have the John Sweeney states that his little hoy wfaoaa Up was badly cut in an automobile accident last week is rep idly recovering and that'very Httlo Albert Beaudry has been busy this; month hauling wheat to a local ele _ . Bateman and Switzer, the firm who in «bl. transacted business in tais section city scraper to use. ■car will be left for many years were in town Mondav and made a trip down Belt creek.to thi Switzer ranch which wa. formerly , the Soott Wetzel place and He* just I this side of the Longeway place. The i men are hale and hearty and thei. yea« bear lightly. Mr Switzer make« his home in Helena. Richard Maki wa* * welcome visitor at the Times office Tuesday. He doe* not-know whether Emil and his j family will be beck on the ranch this I summer or not. Mike Flood was in town Tuesday He was looking for and found a » hide which would bring him to towi »ore frequently. What with mad and snow drifts a carriage is the most dependable means of conveyance from his district. Harry Browning left Sunday for Great Falls where he will resume his work. ,. Mary Morris has been visiting her brother for the* past week because her school at Windham has been closed on account of measles. Ben McConkey left Saturday for Warrick where he expects to stay for some time. Mr and Mrs. Walter Blomquisi^ have moved to the Merkle house. time!day on business.* Mr. and Mrs. Walter BLmquisi motored in to Great falls Wednes Miss Martha Seebaom and Mis* Mable Anderson former teachers of Belt were married January 4th st Klammath Falla, Oregon. Miss Soe baums name is now Mrs. John Han non and Miss Andersons name is Mrs. J. L. Ftowler. They will reside in Port land, Oregon. : Mr. and Mrs. Archie Robertson re turned home Monday from Spokane where they attended the funeral of , Mrs. Robertson's father. - Lem McCoy of Tiger Butte attend ed to business matters. Pauline Zemanek and Pauline Yur ko visited friends and relatives in Greet Falls Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Blais shopped in Belt Wednesday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ola Oieson of Balt drove to Great Palls Wednesday on Mrs. Joe Buchanan left Friday for Alberta Canada to visit her son Jo* Buchenen Jr. and her husband. Mrs. Edith Lawson of Rayneaford transacted bnair.eni in Bet! Thursday. B. K. Hammer drove to Great Palls Tuesday on business. A letter to bis parents'" iud state» from Ernie Polutaik who is in the consular service in Glasgow. Scotland n that Ernie i conveys the informa will spend his vr.cation this summer •by a visit to Germany, Italy, France and Egypt He aLo says that one of these week ends he i* going to run across the channel to Ireland for a look-see. Harry I>eFebre of ( ; rc4t Falls via jttd Ubft , , Mt Sun d«y. \ ___ . _ . ^ ° n * W " k W Verwett « "g* °P e « tion for tumor. Thi* operation was suc cessful and she is convalescing. METHODIST CHURCH NOTES Harry T. Stong. pastor mon the pastor. Subject oeek Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Ser 'o* tor a Man. Evening service at 7:30. There will be a song service, including an illus trated hymn. The pastor will endeav |or to show the relationship of fact* aR d passion concerning missionary work. g un d a y school at 10 o'clock. A mis gjo >tory wH , ^ by DaVi „! Grabam „ what ^ Ifldi|m Did ^ Christ." Epworth League at 6:30. Choir rehearsal Hat unlay evening . 1 st 7:30 Each Thursday afternoon irom four: to five o'clock the pastor will meet tfia boys and girls who desire to study the catechism and prepare foi reception into the church Regular prayer service Thursday evening at 7:30. The District Conference held a» Fort Benton last week was attended by IS of the twenty preachers in the district. Rev. J. H. Little was absent on .ec^t of sickness and Rev. J. ; ^ Martin was attending an impor tant meeting in Chicago. , tt$Um the preachers of the dis ^ ^ ^ pre8ent Dr , H , L, Car right of China, Charles G. Cole, dis . . . - .. . trict «pcnntendent of the Glacici n 0 jl Park District; R. C. Eo&ngion, dis . . .» Wg , «et. superintendent at the Yellow-j Di<,trict - »nd Bwhop H. Lreter Smith, resident Bishop of the Helens Area. Tw« young men. Donald Baldwb of Great Fall# and Milton Davis oi Brady were granted local nreachere H«ence. The latter wa# alro recom mended on trial in the Annual ^.Con ferenee. The Lenten season »# upon tw. and ; Easter in fust around the corner. Th# I <5 r; T \ (' --J*— . lea* : T K*.' Xj.r'y™ Hie of a Good / It takes a shoe that's made of \ / all genuin* leather to stand water. \ / A shoe that has paper and other aubati- ' f tute» for leather hidden in its makeup, quickly breaks down under dampness. No matter whether it is in the heels, soles, insoles or counter»—paper and substitutes cannot give satisfaction and wear like leather. Let us fit you to a pair of WE YENBERG 4i All Solid Leather Shoes —built for service, comfort and long wear. They are the best shoes you can get for your rrtoncy—shoes made of real leather inside and r out, shoes that will wear in all kinds of weather I and that cost you less in the long run . , \ Wc carry a variety of styles for men and buy*. / Hamment Brothers ALL SOLIDLEATHEP ATTENTION, FARMERS If at Bring ns your eggs. Ws pay aB thit Is We do sot depend on Grant Fails market tost ahlp to markets that will give We will pay the highest market price better ret arm. Ih£ Warde-Van Dike Co. BELT, MONTANA The Price is Right at Vans «• — work of the kingdom sms never more urgent than it le now. God Is chaV longing men and women to turn from the ways of evil and to dedicate their life to the cause of righteouanaas. What will be your answer to that CANDY E For Your i !i . Best Girl IS » '■ DAINTY, FRESH, DELICIOUS IN ATTRACTIVE BOXES CIGARS * For Yourself and t |\r Friends A Choie« Selection For The Particular BARNEY'S A. N. PRATHER. PROP. BILLIARDS AND POOL y AT DAHLS - Men's Silk Fiber Half' Hose In colors — French , tan, French nude brown and black—value 60 cents per pair While this lot lasts, per pair. 3 Pair_ _4MP Fancy . High Grade Silk Fiber Mens Half Horn Value 75e per pair-—while this loi laafs per pair 2 Pair _ 55C ..... _ lu* "WALK TO DAHL'S AND SAVE DOLLARS" 4 : challenge? If you are not an attendant to out church where you will receive a wel i some; enjoy Christian fellowship, and hear the word of God clearly and fear less I y proclaimed.